The last year for Wales in Jeux Sans Frontières was also their best. Two wins - for Swansea and Wrexham, with the latter qualifying for the final and finishing in a highly creditable second place. This series was the biggest yet for JSF - with the arrival of Malta and Slovenia bringing the number of competing nations up to nine.

For the second year in succession, the number of games per heat changed - this time it increased from eight back up to ten. The election game was re-introduced for another year, and for the very first time in the programme's history, the highest achievable points score was in three figures - 108.

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